1038 Days at the Top: Archery Enthusiast Mike Schloesser Breaks World Record

Schloesser Breaks Record for Consecutive Days as World #1 with 1038 Days

Archery enthusiast, Mike Schloesser has achieved an unprecedented feat in the sport by spending 1038 consecutive days ranked number one in the world. This remarkable achievement surpasses Sara Lopez’s previous record of 1028 days in the modern era since 2006.

Schloesser, who is widely regarded as one of the best archers of his generation, expressed his gratitude for being able to pursue his passion for archery for such a long time. He attributed his success to focusing on one arrow at a time and never losing sight of his goals. His dedication to the sport has been evident throughout his career, which began in 2015 when he won the World Archery Championships at just 19 years old.

Since then, Schloesser has continued to impress with podium finishes at the World Championships and victories at the Hyundai Archery World Cup Final. His dominance in compound men’s archery is truly remarkable and a testament to his skill and determination.

Schloesser’s goal is to continue adding more days to his reign as the world’s number one archer, and he plans to continue pushing himself to new limits in pursuit of excellence in this sport of fine margins and fierce competition.

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